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From: "Criley, Marc A" <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2000 07:06:07 -0400
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The reference to Microsoft's Visual product line in the "Leveraging
MicroSoft's Marketing" thread just resonated with an article I read on MSNBC
about Microsoft ditching Java in Visual Studio.Net (formerly to be known as
Visual Studio 7).  (See

A statement in that article quotes Anders Hjelberg, Microsoft Distinguished
Engineer, as listing a variety of third party languages, "ranging from APL
and Cobol to Pascal, Eiffel and SmallTalk, that various vendors are porting
to support the Microsoft .Net Framework."

Anything missing?